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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Father of Kate Steinle whose murder by an illegal immigrant inspired Trump's Kate's Law says he doesn't want his daughter's name involved




Can you believe this asshole!!!

He rather she died in vain? Trump gets a bill passed to honor his daughter and he spits in his face? I guess he was swept away caught up in the PC current of undying love they have for illegals in CA. He's enough to make me puke. 

Jim Steinle own words 2015: 


So WTF does that mean? If you're not against Sanctuary Cities...then you're for members of your family being gunned down by illegals? What a fucking wimp! Like John Wayne said. “Life is hard; It's even harder if you're stupid.”

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  • Kate Steinle, 32, was shot dead allegedly by Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez
  • Lopez-Sanchez is a 45-year-old Mexican national with a long criminal history
  • The House passed a bill, 'Kate's Law', that increases penalties for undocumented immigrants who illegally enter the US multiple times after being deported
  • Lawmakers and President Donald Trump have invoked her death while trying to pass the bill and during the immigration debate
  • Her father, Jim Steinle, now wants her name not be used at all 



Kate Steinle (above), 32, was shot dead allegedly by Mexican national Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez

The father of Kate Steinle says that he doesn't want his daughter's name to be at the center of political controversy following the passage of a bill that targets undocumented immigrants. 

Kate Steinle, 32, was shot dead allegedly by Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, 45, a Mexican national with a long criminal record who was allowed to remain in the country due to the city's controversial sanctuary policies.

Lopez-Sanchez has pleaded not guilty to killing Steinle. 

Her tragic death immediately caused an uproar and became a rallying cry for President Donald Trump's immigration policies while on the campaign trail.

The House of Representatives passed a bill last month known as 'Kate's Law' in June, and it increases maximum penalties for undocumented immigrants who illegally enter the country multiple times after they have been deported.

Lawmakers invoked the 32-year-old woman's death while trying to pass the bill. 

The woman's father, Jim Steinle, told the San Francisco Chronicle that he wants her name to be kept out of it and the immigration debate. 

'I don't know who coined 'Kate's Law,' he told the newspaper. 'It certainly wasn't us.' 


Lawmakers have invoked her death while trying to pass a bill called 'Kate's Law', that targets undocumented immigrants. The bill passed the House last month, and now her father, Jim Steinle (right), wants her name to be kept out of the immigration debate

(He doesn't want to piss off his liberals friends which clearly are more important than the loss of his daughter)


After the bill was passed, Trump urged the Senate to act to 'save American lives.' 

'Opposing these bills, and allowing dangerous criminals back into our communities, our schools and the neighborhoods where our children play, puts all of us at risk,' Trump said at the time. 

Speaking about 'Kate's Law,' Attorney General Jeff Sessions said last month that '[Kate] would still be alive today if only the city of San Francisco had put the public's safety first. How many more Americans must die before we put an end to this madness?'

Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., said 'Kate's Law' would not have had an impact on the Steinle case, noting that Steinle was killed in July 2015 by an immigrant who had been mistakenly released by the federal Bureau of Prisons.

The proposed bill 'would not have kept Kate Steinle's killer off the streets,' Gutierrez said.

'Instead, we are voting on a bill to put other people - in different circumstances - in jail for longer periods of time. It is a bait-and-switch strategy: Use a horrible tragedy to sell a policy that would not have prevented that death, so that you put more immigrants in jail for longer periods of time,' he argued. 








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